The Elgin 96 Ladbroke Grove Notting Hill London W11 1PY
020 7229 5663
The Elgin Food and Music House...quite simply the Best pub in the West
A completely unique boozer in Notting Hill, this quirky spot is packed with all sorts of art curios. What we're after here is the sport though, which they do a fine job of, with two big screens showing the best rugby action around. It's a bit of an all rounder this place, known also for its great live music nights once the sport has finished on the TV.
Traditional real ale pub.Home-made food,f best place to watch Rugby, Football on our 3 60inch scree
South West London, Richmond. A real classic in rugby heartland. You can no longer see any of the wall thanks to one of the largest collections of rugby memorabilia/stash/grubby old jerseys, hanging everywhere. Big screens, great beer, and a superb atmosphere, combined with a BT Sport subscription ensure that you'll never miss a moment of rugby at the Sun. Sky Sports and BT Sport.
London, Piccadilly Circus. London's newest and biggest sports bar, replacing the old Sports Cafe with plenty of talk and no shortage of walk. Numerous screens, a highly-affordable menu and the guarantee of watching 47 matches simultaneously.
Amazing screens in 1st floor bar(75"HD)& big screen in ground floor bar perfect for all sport events
London, the Strand. Fresh on the block and newly subscribing to BT Sport, Temple Bar is a small, welcoming venue close to Australia House in Temple. Two big screens upstairs are viewable by all with the black stuff available at the near-private bar while you're at it.
Fantastic Young's pub with two sky boxes that serves awesome food & a great selection of beer
London, Goodge Street. Our recommendation if you have the misfortune of finding yourself on Oxford Street as the rugby kicks off. Youngs beer and home cooked burgers are a great combo. The perfect escape from Top Shop.
One of the the best pubs in Clerkenwell. Great for food,beer, cocktails & Sport!
London, Clerkenwell. Another MatchPint favourite and where we'll be watching the first game of the 2014 Six Nations. Home-cooked food and a tasty range of beers on tap combine nicely with comfortable seating and a big screen for those that turn up early.
The Bull Unit 1033 Westfield Shopping Centre Shepherd's Bush London W12 7SL
020 8819 8903
Only gastro pub in Westfield, serving the best ales, tastiest food and great space for any event.
South West London, Hammersmith. Boasting James May as a regular and home to plenty of front-row forwards, the Cross Keys is the sort of pub you might like to hibernate in during the winter. With its cozy seating and warm oak decor, you're advised to bed in for lunch and stay until next Spring. Great beer from Fuller's and plenty of screens to catch the rugby on. Sky Sports and BT Sport.
The Eagle 215b Askew Road Shepherd's Bush London W12 9AZ
Traditional English pub, serving great ale and food. With multi screens in pub and TV in garden.
Old Dairy 1-3 Crouch hill Crouch Hill London N4 4AP
0207 263 3337
Big, traditional pub in Crouch Hill with great food and a Big Screen for sport.
North London, Crouch Hill. Though strictly speaking a Gastro Pub, the Old Dairy is so cavernous that it could easily set itself up as a West End Club. With a good mix of locals and visitors, the atmosphere is lively and it's testament to the quality of the pub that such a huge space is often filled to the brim. Football is also big here, but if we were picking a pub in which to watch and England Six Nations match in North London, this'd be it. Sky Sports and BT Sport.